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Enceladus' ocean is about 6 miles deep and lies beneath a shell of ice 19 to 25 miles thick. Further, it's in direct contact with a rocky seafloor, theoretically making possible all kinds of complex chemical reactions. The Saturn moon Enceladus harbors a ...
womencitizen.com · 4/6/2014
NATO allies come to grips with Russia’s deceptive ‘hybrid warfare’ WASHINGTON – Saturn’s moon Enceladus is home to an ocean of melted water beneath its surface, and could be a source for alien microbes, scientists said Thursday. The first ...
Philippine Daily Inquirer · 4/4/2014
Meet the scientist who wants to build the ultimate submersible – one that can bring us face-to-face with the strange creatures that live at the deepest depths. We know so little about the depths of our oceans that they might as well exist on another planet.
BBC · 11/26/2014
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Astronomers have found the most conclusive evidence yet that a large watery ocean lies beneath the surface of Jupiter's moon Ganymede. Scientists have suspected for decades that a subterranean ocean might slosh between the rocky mantle and icy …
Sci-Tech Today · 3/14/2015
Astronomers interested in discovering whether an ocean lies just underneath the crusty surface of Pluto have to wait for about 3 more years. The NASA New Horizons spacecraft is currently on its way to the dwarf planet, and it is scheduled to fly past the ...
Softpedia News · ByTudor Vieru · 11/22/2011
There was a hidden ocean found on Saturn's moon only recently. Now, however, it would seem that science makes yet another breakthrough. Scientists have found a massive body of water 400 miles below the United States. This finding confirms earlier ...
kdramastars.com · 6/14/2014
Probing life beyond Earth has been a hefty task for our today's scientists, but as of recent NASA detected a large hidden ocean inside Saturn's moon Enceladus adding to a possibility of extraterrestrial life. Saturn is a very reach planet, surrounded by ...
International Business Times · 4/8/2014
Using a 3-D model based on Cassini's data, scientists have determined that Mimas' interior core isn't uniform and stable. These rhythmic wobbles are the result of an odd shaped rocky core or even a sub surface ocean located inside the dreary moon.
chinatopix.com · 10/17/2014
The Cassini space probe may have found water on Saturn's Enceladus moon, NASA says. --- AFP pic. SATURN’S moon Enceladus is home to an ocean of melted water beneath its surface, and could be a source for alien microbes, scientists said. The …
The Rakyat Post · 4/6/2014
Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus harbours a vast ocean of liquid water beneath an icy crust that may be capable of supporting life, Nasa scientists say. Gravity measurements suggest a large, possibly regional, ocean about 10 kilometres deep, beneath an ice ...
The Hindu · 4/5/2014